The Baltimore Comic-Con is building the guest list for their 25th anniversary convention on September 20-22, 2024. The latest additions to the guest list are June Brigman, Steve Conley, Terry Moore, Rudy Nebres, Roy Richardson, and Mark Waid.

Brigman has had a long career, drawing titles like Alpha Flight, Supergirl, and Star Wars. She co-created the Power Pack series and has recently worked on a new miniseries for the title’s 40th anniversary. She illustrated the Brenda Starr comic strip for 15 years, and handled art duties on the Mary Worth comic strip. She and husband Roy Richardson launched the comic series Captain Ginger at AHOY Comics and she has done freelance work for Horse & Rider magazine.

Conley’s Astounding Space Thrills was self-published by Image Comics. The artist and writer has been featured in titles such as JLA-Z from DC Comics, Star Trek: Year Four from IDW, and Michael Chabon’s Amazing Adventures of the Escapist from Dark Horse Comics. His self-published Bloop is available through his online store, and his Ringo and Eisner Award-nominated webcomic, The Middle Age, can be found online as well.

Moore’s career began with the critically acclaimed Strangers in Paradise, and a few years ago, marked its 25th anniversary with the 10-issue Strangers in Paradise XXV. He has also created popular titles like Motor Girl, Rachel Rising, Echo, and Five Years. He has published a How to Draw book, a yearly Sketchbook, recently finished Serial, publishes under his Abstract Studio, and has worked with DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, BOOM!, and other publishers.

Nebres has been a penciler, inker, and cover artist since 1970. The Filipino artist’s first work in the US was on DC’s House of Mystery and House of Secrets, then he debuted at Marvel with Savage Tales and Giant-Size Dracula. He worked with Warren Publishing on Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella, and 1984. His art has also been featured in Iron Fist, Conan, Doctor Strange, and Hulk.

Richardson has worked for all the major publishers, on such books as Captain America, Iron Man, The Flash, Star Wars, and his own co-creation, The Tomorrow Knights, which has been adapted into a roleplaying game from ZMan Games. For 15 years he worked with his wife June Brigman, inking, lettering, and coloring the Brenda Starr comic strip, followed by the Mary Worth comic strip, and their new comic book series Captain Ginger will be debuting from Ahoy Comics this Fall. Several of Richardson’s short stories have been published in anthologies, including Hillbillies Prefer Blondes.

A multi-time Harvey and Eisner Award winner, Waid has had acclaimed runs on DC’s The Flash, Kingdom Come, JLA, Legion of Super-Heroes, and Superman: Birthright; on Marvel’s Captain America, Fantastic Four, Amazing Spider-Man, and Daredevil; BOOM! Studios’ Incorruptible and Irredeemable; and Archie’s Archie. He is also known for his creator-owned works, Empire and Potter’s Field, and for serving as publisher of Humanoids.